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IBM Data and AI Ideas Portal for Customers


This portal is to open public enhancement requests against products and services offered by the IBM Data & AI organization. To view all of your ideas submitted to IBM, create and manage groups of Ideas, or create an idea explicitly set to be either visible by all (public) or visible only to you and IBM (private), use the IBM Unified Ideas Portal (https://ideas.ibm.com).


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Welcome to the IBM Ideas Portal (https://www.ibm.com/ideas) - Use this site to find out additional information and details about the IBM Ideas process and statuses.

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IBM Data & AI Roadmaps (http://ibm.biz/Data-and-AI-Roadmaps) - Use this site to view roadmaps for Data & AI products.

IBM Employees should enter Ideas at https://hybridcloudunit-internal.ideas.aha.io/


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Ability to query catalog tables and administrative views in stand by

There is an option called Read On Standby (ROS) that allows to connect and perform selects on the standby role of a HADR cluster. However, this is focussed to business tables. I propose the capability to perform selects on the standby but just on ...
over 2 years ago in Db2 / High Availability and/or Disaster Recovery 0 Future consideration

Improve the way HADR retrieve light scan on standby deals with failures such as DISK FULL

When DB2 HADR Standby is behind 2-3TB, it retrieves all files from archives to active log file system and makes the file system full. Standby replays one log file at a time and hence, retrieving thousands of files ahead slows down the replays, mak...
about 1 year ago in Db2 / High Availability and/or Disaster Recovery 0 Future consideration

Improve ADMIN_MOVE_TABLE REORG Process to not Invalidate Application Packages

24x7 Application in DB2 LUW using packages. REORG of a large table is an issue. The best approach would be to use AMT but the rename causes all application packages to be mark invalid. This does not work for a 24x7 application. Online REORGE proce...
over 2 years ago in Db2 / High Availability and/or Disaster Recovery 0 Future consideration

Add Booth Ticket Manager to Pacemaker/Corosync package in Db2

With V11.5, Db2 is now able to use PaceMaker & Corosync to provide cluster resource management. But missing is the Booth ticket manager. From RedHat "The Booth ticket manager is a distributed service that is meant to be run on a different phys...
12 months ago in Db2 / High Availability and/or Disaster Recovery 0 Future consideration

DSNAIMS IMSPlex compliance

In an IMSPlex environment with two clones (A and B), we noticed that, in case of clone A unavailability, DSNAIMS call to IMS transactions via OTMA fails. This happens because clone A is pointed statically via parameter xcf-ims-name; this parameter...
about 1 year ago in Db2 / High Availability and/or Disaster Recovery 0 Future consideration

Ability to execute Pacemaker status and version commands as a non-root user

In TSA the following commands can be executed as a non-root user to check the status and get the version: lsrpdomain lsrpnode lssam samversion Pacemaker commands require root access to execute. A DB2 DBA may not have root access to execute Pacemak...
about 1 year ago in Db2 / High Availability and/or Disaster Recovery 0 Future consideration